If your '83 Ford T-bird has a carburetor the fuel filter is screwed onto the front of it. While the engine is off and cold, all you need is a small wrench to unscrew the fuel line then unscrew the fuel filter from the carburetor. Wrap some thread-lock tape on the threads of the new filter and replace. Make sure it's tight but not so tight that it strips the threads on either the fuel line or the filter. That's it.
in the carb inlet
there is no fuse for a fuel filter there is probably one for the fuel pump but not the FILTER
The air filter is under the gas tank
its in the carb
like most cars id pull the pan filter will be accesssble
The 1983 civic, hatchback with 1.5 engine does not have one.
If it has a carb. on the inlet fuel line to carb.
The fuel pump is located behind the passenger drivers side of car. There is a cover you have to remove about 6 10mil bolts. if you find the fuel filter you can follow the fuel line and it will lead you to it. It is not located in the tank. It takes less than an hour to replace. When replacing the pump don't forget to replace the fuel filter at the same time. there are two the one by the tank and the one under the hood going into the carb.
If the fuel filter is not located anywhere in the fueline, that is, if you are unable to visualize it in the fuel line, look in the carburator. It should be located where the fuel line goes into the carburator. Disconnect the line, and then remove the larger nut behind that, and the fuel filter should be behind that. Not knowing your vehicle history, someone could have replaced the fuel line, and didn't put an in-line fuel filter back in.
located in front of the carburetor ..brass cylinder aprox 1 inch long..2 wrenches will be needed when changing filter to prevented damage to the fuel line
What model? The diesel has an inline filter (follow the fuel line inside the engine compartment) and a main filter (it looks like an oil filter with a large brass bolt on top). It is a petrol engin.
In the carb . So I was told by the auto parts guy.
It is behind the engine near the firewall and to the right of the air filter
If the engine has a carburetor the fuel filter will be where the fuel line connects to the carburetor. If the engine has fuel injection the fuel filter will be next to the fuel tank on the outlet tube.
If there is one it will be located from the main fuel line running from the petcock to the carbs.
It is located in the very front of the carburetor. Using a crescent wrench, screw off the big nut and the fuel filter will be right there.
try changing the timing onyour distributor
The fuel filter is located underneath the car on the drivers side close to the rear door. It is located next to the fuel pump and is housed in a triangle shaped piece of metal. It is held up by three 12mm bolts
Replace the fuel filter. This fixed the same problem on my 1983 300 turbo diesel.
The 1983 Ford flasher unit is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The flasher unit simply plugs in and out.
The fuel filter is located in the carb. Follow the fuel line from the fuel pump into the base of the carb. There is a boxy type part, and that contains the fuel filter. You'll need two wrenches, and carefully remove the fuel line. The fuel filter is spring loaded, so be careful it doesnt shoot out! -OSS
Open the trunk and remove the carpeting on the bottom. Lift the wooden cover to access the spare tire. The fuel filter should be located in front of the spare tire in a container bolted to the side of the spare tire compartment.
1983 doesnt have a crankshaft position sensor. you have an ignition module located on the side of the distributor.
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